The Black Douglas Sir James, �the good� or �the black� Douglas directs the left wing of the Scottish army on the second day of the Battle ...

The Black Douglas Sir James, the good or the black. Douglas directs the left wing of the Scottish army on the second day of the Battle .

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Sir Archibald Douglas, 'Tyneman', commander Scottish army at the Battle of Halidon Hill in 1333, with personal Standard

"Sir Archibald Douglas, 'Tyneman', commander Scottish army at the Battle of Halidon Hill in with personal Standard", AV Kurkin (А.

Nowhere in the British Isles was the Viking connection longer-lasting or deeper than in Scotland. Norse dominated huge swathes of the country. In 1263 Norwegian king Haakon IV used a fleet of 120 longships to counter Scottish raids on the Norse Hebrides. It was a force comparable in size to the Spanish Armada over 3 centuries later. Driven ashore by a storm near Largs, Norse were attacked by a Scottish army. The outcome of this battle marked the beginning of the end of Norse power in…

Nowhere in the British Isles was the Viking connection longer-lasting or deeper than in Scotland.

Scottish Army of Robert Bruce

081 Scottish Army of Robert Bruce

Wallace led the Scottish rebellion against Edward I and inflicted a famous defeat on the English army at Stirling Bridge. He is remembered as a patriot and national hero. William Wallace was named by Protector of Scotland but he was captured and executed after his defeat in battle of Falkirk (1298).

William Wallace An ink rendering of William Wallace and Andrew de Moray leading the Scottish army towards Stirling.

King James IV of Scotland.  King James IV of Scotland, the commander of the Scottish army at the Battle of Flodden in 1513; his death at the battle, with many of his nobles and soldiers, plunged Scotland into crisis for many years

King James IV of Scotland. King James IV of Scotland, the commander of the Scottish army at the Battle of Flodden in his death at the battle, with many of his nobles and soldiers, plunged Scotland into crisis for many years Great Grandfather

"On The first day of the Battle of Bannockburn, the King of Scots cleaves in two, the Great Helm (helmet) of a chivalrous English knight, with his mighty axe, in full view of his triumphant Scottish army, June 23th, 1314 AD"

"Battle of Bannockburn. The King of Scots cleaves in two the Great Helm of a chivalrous English knight (Sir Henry de Bohun), with his mighty axe, in full view of his triumphant Scottish army, June 1314 AD"

1909 Antique British Scottish Army Military Uniform 74th Highlanders Highland Light Infantry Soldier Color Print

RESERVED FOR SERGEY 1909 Antique British Scottish Army Military Uniform 74th Highlanders Highland Light Infantry Soldier Color Print

Scottish Knight by CephalopodFarm.deviantart.com

Another in my Knight series of knights from nations I have ancestors from. This is the Scottish knight, complete with the Cross of St.

poor-bloody-infantry: “David Anderson, 10th Bn Gordon Highlanders ”

poor-bloody-infantry: “David Anderson, 10th Bn Gordon Highlanders ”

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